[ thee-uh-bawld ]

  1. Lewis, 1688–1744, English author.

  2. Also The·o·bold [thee-uh-bohld]. /ˈθi əˌboʊld/. a male given name.

Words Nearby Theobald Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Theobald in a sentence

  • “We live too fast; we are too much troubled about outward things—cooks and dressmakers, Mrs. Temperley,” said Professor Theobald.

  • “I certainly shall not be absent from the next meeting,” announced Theobald, with a glance at Hadria.

  • Professor Theobald looked furtively round, as if seeking some one, or watching the effect of his conduct on Mrs. Temperley.